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'''AT&T Corp.''', originally the '''American Telephone and Telegraph Company''', is the subsidiary of AT&T that provides voice, video, data, and Internet telecommunications and professional services to businesses, consumers, and government agencies. During its long history, AT&T was at times the world's largest telephone company, the world's largest cable television operator, and a regulated monopoly. At its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, it employed one million people and its revenue was roughly $3 billion annually. In 2005, AT&T was purchased by Baby Bell SBC Communications for more than $16 billion ($ in present-day terms). SBC then rebranded itself as AT&T|AT&T Inc. Today, AT&T Corporation continues to exist as the long distance calling|long distance subsidiary of AT&T Inc., and its name occasionally shows up in AT&T press releases.
LogoFile:AT&T logo 2016.png|200px|frameless|upright|The new AT&T logo launched in 2016
Logo caption| former_name = American Telephone and Telegraph Company
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryTelecommunications
FateBecame subsidiary of AT&T|AT&T Inc. in 2005
SuccessorAT&T
Foundation{{Start date and age|1885|3|3}}
New York City, New York state|New York, United States|U.S.
FounderAlexander Graham Bell
Location cityBedminster, New Jersey|Bedminster, New Jersey
Location countryUnited States
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